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India: Maharishi Ayurveda organizes free health camp on World Health Day
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8 April 2013
Maharishi Ayurveda - India organized a free health checkup and consultancy camp on the occasion of World Health Day last month. The camp was held at a Community Center in Noida, near Delhi.
Dr. Bala Prasad Partani and Dr. Abha Saxena, eminent Ayurveda experts, provided consultations to patients. Mr. Rajeev Shrivastava, camp coordinator of Maharishi Ayurveda, said that more than 200 people of the area were diagnosed through Ayurvedic procedures as well as modern measures.
Special arrangements were made in the camp to check blood pressure, in accord with the theme of World Health Day, High blood pressure is a silent killer, Mr. Shrivastava added. Mr. Arvind Saxena, a senior Transcendental Meditation teacher, explained to patients that regular practice of the meditation technique may help to regulate their blood pressure because it reduces the stress which is responsible for hypertension.*
Patients were also able to have their blood sugar checked. Well researched medicines of Maharishi Ayurveda were provided to patients, he added. The event on April 7 was reported widely in the Indian press.
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* A new report from the American Heart Association published April 22 concluded that Transcendental Meditation lowers blood pressure, and recommends that the technique be considered in clinical practice for the prevention and treatment of hypertension. The AHA scientific statement also reported that lower blood pressure through Transcendental Meditation practice is associated with substantially reduced rates of death, heart attack and stroke (research study published in the AHA journal Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes in November 2012).
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